The family of Elizabeth Allen, known as Betty Allen, have paid tribute to her.
Betty died in the crash at the Jim Clark Rally at Little Swinton on Saturday 31st May.
In a statement released through Police Scotland, they said:
"Betty was a caring and loving daughter, sister, aunty and great aunt and will be missed immensely. We would ask that the media respect our privacy at this difficult time and allow us to grieve in private."
Scotland's Justice Secretary has ordered a review into safety at public events and motorsport safety following the Jim Clark Rally tragedy.
Kenny MacAskill addressed the Scottish Parliament this afternoon with the latest into the crash that killed three spectators at the weekend. Our Correspondent Hannah McNulty was watching the speech.
Police Scotland are appealing to the public to send in their video footage and photographs, of the incidents at the Jim Clark rally, to aid the police investigation.
People are asked to send video clips to:
John Lamont MSP has warned about 'knee jerk reactions' in reponse to the Jim Clark rally deaths.
He was speaking to the Scottish Parliament regarding the rally incidents:
Kenny MacAskill, Scotland's Justice Secretary, has offered his condolences to the families of those who died at the Jim Clark rally on Saturday, 31st May.
He was speaking to Scottish Parliament regarding the incidents at the Jim Clark rally which resulted in three deaths and six seriously injured.
He further spoke of the 'hard lessons' to be learnt and how they may contribute to the safety of future events.
Scotland's Justice Secretary has ordered a review into spectator safety at public events, following the Jim Clark Rally tragedy. Kenny MacAskill made the announcement to the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday afternoon.
The Scottish Government has also commissioned a review into motorsport event safety following the deaths of Iain Provan, 64, Elizabeth Allen, 63 and Len Stern, 71, who were hit by a car at Little Swinton near Coldstream on Saturday afternoon. Several other people were injured in an earlier crash.
The review will include Scottish Borders Council, Police Scotland, the Motor Sports Association, event organisers and other agencies.
It follows a briefing by Police Scotland to Kenny MacAskill, the Justice Secretary, and the Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland in Kelso on Monday night. The sports governing body, the Motor Sports Association, will also carry out its own inquiry, once those reviews have taken place.
Following the three deaths at the Jim Clark rally, some people are now questioning spectator safety.
Two other men were also injured watching the rally a few hours before the fatal second incident.
Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill and Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland, the top prosecutor, received a briefing from police investigating the crashes in nearby Kelso yesterday (2nd June).
Chief Superintendant Gill Imery, Police Scotland, says that despite the popularity of the Jim Clark rally, the future of the event could be put on hold if there are doubts about public safety.
Scotland's Justice Secretary, Kenny MacAskill, will make a statement to the Scottish Parliament this afternoon (3rd June) about a crash at the Jim Clark Rally. It claimed the lives of two men and a woman at the weekend.
On Monday he received a briefing from officers at Kelso Police Station with Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland, who then visited the scene of the crash at Little Swinton near Coldstream.
Asked whether there was to be a review of spectator safety, he said:
– Kenny MacAskill, Scotland's Justice Secretary
"I'll be making a statement to parliament. I don't want to pre-empt that, I think that would be disrespectful... But we will be making comment not simply on the event and the investigation but also on what we think may need to be done about spectator safety."
On the question of whether the Jim Clark Rally should be cancelled next year, he said:
– Kenny MacAskill, Scotland's Justice Secretary
"I think we have to make sure that proper investigation is carried out.
"We've got to bear in mind that although there have been three deaths and families are deeply affected... this has run safely for 44 years. There will be lessons, there may have to be action, but it would be premature to make any decision."
Lord Advocate, Frank Mulholland, has praised the emergency services following the rally crashes on Saturday 31st May.
Three people died after a rally car came off the road at the Jim Clark rally. One person remains critically injured in hospital.
In a separate incident, five people were injured when a car left the road shortly after 2pm. One person was in intensive care.
Justice Secretary, Kenny MacAskill, attended a briefing from Police Scotland regarding the Jim Clark rally accident on Saturday 31st May.
He attended the briefing to hear information of the incident 'first hand'.